You ever go to a party and just not want to be there? Well that seems to have been the case for Andrew Stadelberger.

Stadelberger recently attended a wedding and during the reception, he was a good sport, taking part in a slow motion video booth. His friends all joined him and seemed to be having the time of their lives, but not Andrew.

Clearly, Stadelberger wasn’t into the festivities.

For all intents and purposes, it seems as though the slow-motion booth is basically the same exact thing as the photo booth, only in this case drunken wedding guests move around… slowly.

Yes, it does all seem rather silly but so much fun.

As such, Andrew Stadelberger made his feelings about the slow-motion booth very clear in this video titled “This is 30.,” which he later set to “The Sound of Silence” by Simon & Garfunkel — the quintessential song of expressing one’s deep regret at how things have gone so horribly, terribly wrong in life.

Cheer up, guy. This may be 30, but 30 is the new 25 and I have no doubt that in a few years or so, you’ll be putting guests through whatever dumb crap is popular by the time of your own wedding to the lucky future Mrs. Stadelberger. Maybe holograms will be a thing by then, who knows.

Watch the awesome video below:

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